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Then researchers used electrodes inserted into the brain to directly measure the space between brain cells and found that the space inside the brains increased by 60 percent when the mice were asleep or anesthetized.
Buccal gingival and palatal gingival tissues adjacent to the anesthetized teeth are also anesthetized (Figures 1 and 2).
Not only is there a slight health risk in having your pet anesthetized for a vet cleaning, these procedures can be costly.
Raichle's team used functional magnetic resonance imaging in a new way to investigate spontaneous fluctuations of neural activity in the brains of 11 anesthetized macaque monkeys.
If a pelvic examination(s) that is planned for an anesthetized woman undergoing surgery offers her no personal benefit and is performed solely for teaching purposes, it should be performed only with her specific informed consent, obtained when she has full decision-making capacity.
Twenty four to 48 h postinjection, mice were deeply anesthetized and perfused transcardially with 0.
In Friedman's hands, these "impure" materials are first anesthetized and then reaestheticized.
Menhaden blood was collected with heparinized capillary tubes from the tail vein of animals anesthetized with 150 [micro]g/L MS-222 (Sigma Chemical Company, St.
Organ donors should be anesthetized against possible pain, even after they have been certified brain dead,
So, here's the history of long term care in a nutshell: The government anesthetized the public to the cost of long term care by providing free nursing home care through Medicaid and extended home health benefits through Medicare.
The final step is to apply the absorbent tip on a portion of the patient's skin to be anesthetized and cleansed while holding the portion of the packaging covering the swab member.
Located in the Stanford Comprehensive Cancer Center, the new Cyberknife offers two important benefits to patients and physicians: younger, more wiggly children or infants can be anesthetized for short periods to keep them still during the procedure, and patients of all ages can undergo treatment without being locked into the large metal head frame required by other radiosurgery treatments, such as the Gamma Knife.